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  • DTH wins court fight for secret settlement details
    The Denison hospital revealed a $500,000 wrongful-death settlement on Friday that it had kept secret for months after the Daily Times Herald threatened to take legal action against the hospital to force its disclosure.
  • Carroll man denies sex abuse claims
    A 38-year-old Carroll man says the contact he had with a 12- or 13-year-old child that led last week to a felony sexual abuse charge against him was accidental.
  • Schneider’s latest rape conviction appeal goes to trial
    Steve Schneider’s attorneys botched his defense against accusations that he had sex with his 13-year-old niece, he argued Tuesday in a Carroll County trial.
  • Domestic terror suspect files suit against informant
    A 36-year-old Jefferson man who allegedly acquired a bevy of body armor and weapons to engage in a fight to the death with law officers is suing the informant who apparently foiled the plot.
  • Business owner guilty of domestic assault
    The owner of a Carroll marketing firm purposefully struck his wife in the face with his boot as they argued in September, a judge ruled last week.
  • Werneburg pleads guilty to trespassing
    A 37-year-old Carroll man will spend up to five days in jail for going onto a rural Lake City acreage, peering inside vehicle windows and ringing the home’s doorbell in 2015.
  • The City of Lanesboro was not responsible for the June 2015 flooding of a councilman’s basement, a Carroll County District Court jury decided last week.
  • A taxpayer-funded organization that serves, in part, people with disabilities was wrong to fire one of its employees who was temporarily disabled by a work-related crash in 2014, according to a statement this week signed by the organization’s administrators.
  • Murder accomplice denied early release from prison
    The 39-year-old Denison woman who went to a Deloit acreage in 2014 with two men who intended to steal scrap metal and killed two people was denied early release from prison this week.
  • No prison for Subway robber
    The 20-year-old Audubon man who conspired with two juveniles to rob a Subway restaurant last year and stole from another business was sentenced to two years of probation this week, according to court records.
  • A 52-year-old rural Carroll woman improperly took control of her ailing father’s finances in an apparent attempt to divert his assets away from her brothers, her siblings allege in court records.
  • Justices will review Sac murder prosecution
    The state’s highest court will review whether Sac County law officers should have advised a killer of his right to an attorney before they arrested him.
  • Crook arrested for ag company vandalism
    A 32-year-old Scranton man is accused of spray-painting the interior walls of Lynch Livestock while the company was closed and of stealing a stocking cap and boots before he left.
  • No prison for woman who stole from grandmother
    A 46-year-old Omaha woman should serve no prison time for stealing about $52,000 from her ailing Manning grandmother, a judge decided Thursday.
  • Murder convictions upheld for Glidden slayings
    A 55-year-old Lake City man who bludgeoned and stabbed to death two people in a Glidden trailer house in 2014 lost his appeal for a new trial on Wednesday.
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